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Hi I'm Jonah

I grew up in Utah. I'm a Black Belt in Kyukido. I love to sing. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love the gospel. I spent a year at college studying psychology. I love to sing. I've grown up in Utah and I love it there. I love the mountains. I hope to one day start my own family. I love pretty much all kinds of music. If I could have one super power it would be to fly.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up, I've been surrounded by Mormons. I never really had a lot of contact with people who weren't Mormons. But, with the influence of those of the Church constantly around me, I found myself living the gospel but not really sure whether I believed in it or not. So one day I decided to really live the principles and try it out for myself to see if what I was doing was something I wanted to continue. This decision has changed my life in every aspect. The way I think, the way I act, who I am, who I want to become, everything. But the true conversion came from reading the Book of Mormon and then Praying to see if it was true. So I started reading it. When I knelt down to pray, and I was barely halfway through at this point, I had hardly started into my prayer of asking whether the book was true. Peace came over me. I knew the question of whether the Book was true or not was answered because the Spirit testified it was. I was no longer asking whether the Book was true. I was thanking my Heavenly Father that it was true. And that I finally knew for myself that it was. The Book of Mormon is true. Which means that Joseph Smith was a Prophet. And the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is God's Church. I don't know everything yet. But as I continue on my journey to know more, I do know these things. This is why I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

Right now, I'm a Missionary for the Church. I plan on serving a full two years of teaching others how to come unto Christ. I consider this to be one of the highest callings in the Church and I'm grateful for it.